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Lead Story

Canadian payments revolution - eh!

Adam Atlas
Attorney at Law


Industry Update

HR 5546 is in the House

Shopit starts Revolution

Agreement keeps Frontier flying

PCI SSC adds new payment device types

New webinars target PCI education

Gas stations nixing plastic

Approaching a crossroads

Patti Murphy
The Takoma Group


Brewer taps payments market

Brewer taps payments market

Payments in the Great White North


Approaching a crossroads

Patti Murphy
The Takoma Group


Street SmartsSM:
Passing the so-what test

Jason Felts
Advanced Merchant Services

Communication matters

Vicki M. Daughdrill
Small Business Resources LLC

How sellers blow deals

Lane Gordon

Canada goes to chip, fraudsters move south: Are you ready?

Deana Sellens
Take Charge Business Consulting LLC

Web sites that work

Nancy Drexler
SignaPay Ltd

Dial is yesterday's paper

Dale S. Laszig
DSL Direct LLC

Company Profile

RDM Corp.

Smart Circle International

New Products

Destroy the data, recycle the rest

Company: Digital Data Destruction Services Inc.


Take new trip in downturn



Resource Guide


A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

July 28, 2008  •  Issue 08:07:02

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New webinars target PCI education

MasterCard Worldwide added three new Web-based seminars to its Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) Merchant Education Program. Joshua Peirez, Chief Payment System Integrity Officer, MasterCard Worldwide, said, "The new modules are highly informative and address areas of interest identified by past training participants."


Here is a brief explanation of the new modules:

All webinars are interactive and customizable, offering training sessions tailored specifically for merchants.

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MasterCard created the PCI Merchant Education Program in collaboration with data security professionals. In addition to providing education, the program enables merchants to access free network scans, enabling them to identify potential weaknesses in their network security systems. Since the program launched in October 2007, MasterCard reports that more than 1,625 registered users have viewed the modules. The webinars are available at MasterCard also offers the Academy of Risk Management, a suite of online seminars, global conferences, and other tools and materials designed to help make payment systems secure. For more information, visit

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Spotlight Innovators:

North American Bancard | Simpay | USAePay | Impact Paysystems | Board Studios